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According to The Independent newspaper, French playwright Florian Zeller is ‘one of the hottest literary talents in France’ and he is still only in his thirties. One certainty about his plays to date is that nothing is ever certain. His intriguing 2014 play entitled, 'The Father', is no exception and is Athlone Little Theatre’s final production this season.
“On Thursday night a crowd numbering several thousand assembled inside the Square, and two men set to work sawing at the base of life-size bronze monument of Lord Dunkellin, a brother of the notorious landlord, Lord Clanricarde of Portumna. In a scene reminiscent of the downfall of Saddam Hussain’s statue in Baghdad, shortly after the invasion of Iraq in 2003, a rope was fastened around Dunkellin’s neck, and with a mighty pull, down it fell amidst great applause.”
THE ST PATRICK'S Weekend at DNA nightclub kicks off tomorrow, with the 'Double Or Nothing' night. Get a poker chip on arrival, decide whether to hand it in for a complimentary drink or gamble it for a chance to win double drinks. Will you take the risk?
WHITE LIES will take to the stage of the Róísín Dubh in the final 24 hours of Britain’s membership of the European Union. Even if Westminster seeks an extension, the band knows it will be little other than postponing what is a threat to the livelihoods of all touring musicians.
Five weeks after their initially scheduled meeting with the exiles from London was called off because of a frozen pitch in McGovern Park in Ruislip, Mayo will this weekend make the trip back across the Irish Sea for the second time.
The highlight of the event will be a talk by architect and TV broadcaster Declan O’Donnell, as well as other speakers such as interior designer Niamh O’Donovan. Admission is free but there are limited tickets available. Anyone thinking of attending can book through Eventbrite for an exciting afternoon of renovation information accompanied by cupcakes and tea.
Throughout the six decades of his vibrant and varied artistic career, Brian Bourke has had an abiding love of theatre and actors. He has frequently drawn actors in the flow and moment of rehearsal or performance, and also made them the subject of considered portraits.
Even before it came to Galway the statue of Sean Pádraic Ó Conaire was causing a stir. As Albert Power carved away in his stone-yard at Berkeley Street, Dublin, word had got out that this was a work of exceptional standards.
THE ENVIRONMENTALIST, artist, and illustrator Gordon D'Arcy will officially open a new, albeit retrospective, exhibition, of the art of Joseph Quilty, a unique self-taught painter who died in 1995.
Coffee lovers around the world are now enjoying their favourite drink from morning cup through to evening cocktail, as the global love for coffee booms, on the 19th of March you may be invited to a very unique event which takes place at Caprice. An evening filled with treats, tricks and Tia Maria. Feel like a V.I.P with Espresso Martini on arrival, Cocktail masterclass sessions, Goodybags and a trip to LONDON up for grabs! An event you do not want to miss!